With making faux leather earrings being all the rage lately, I thought I would put together a little guide to help determine the size of earring you should cut.
For a common stud, I do about 1/2 an inch. This is the perfect size stud to add a post to and won't look super huge on the ear.
I look at an 1" dangle being a little more classic, perfect for a wedding or gala!
A 2" dangle will reach the jaw line or up or down a tad (really depends on the hardware and person's ear/head size).
3" and 4" really make a statement and are great for those added design styles within (like patterns)!
Remember this is only a guide and each person and earring may be a bit different. This guide is great for the laser cutter, silhouette, and cricut projects!
Now here it is... the letter C. This one was a hard one because both upper and lowercase Cs look the same, but I did it!
What is the hardest letter for you to be creative with? I am thinking 'O' may prove to be difficult as well! Only time will tell!
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I have heard the question so many time... "What size do I cut a design for...?" So I decided to make a little cheat sheet sizing guide!
I have found the height of the design does not matter as much as the width, so that is what a focused on.
I hope you enjoy.
(Note: this is only a guide, some designs/shirts may look better with different sizing)
The letter B is for boys, balloons, big, bounce, brilliant! Do you ever want to try a new style of lettering and get sort of stuck, well here is a little guide to lettering "B". Grab a paper and pen and test some of them out!
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Do you ever get into a brain fog and need a new style for a letter? Well here is the start of my series 'Creative ways to Letter'! I hope you enjoy!
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